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50. A Sweeter Anthem

Text Information
First Line: When we pass the golden summer
Title: A Sweeter Anthem
Author: D. S. Warner
Publication Date: 1911
Scripture: Psalm 100:2
Refrain First Line: Oh, we'll sing a sweeter anthem
Tune Information
Name: [When we pass the golden summer]
Composer: B. E. Warren
Incipit: 123D5 U1365 46565 32D55
Key: E♭ Major

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